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**Level 1:**(Grades 1-3) No experience in competitive math**Level 2:**(Grades 2-4) Participated in MOEMS/Math Kangaroo**Level 3:**(Grades 3-6) MOEMS (Score 3+ in Elementary)**Level 4:**(Grades 3-7) MOEMS (Score 3+ in Middle)**Level 5:**(Grades 3-8) AMC 8 Honor Roll**Level 6:**(Grades 4-9) AMC 8 Distinguished Honor Roll**Level 7:**(Grades 5-10) AMC 10 Honor Roll**Level 8:**(Grades 5-12) AIME Qualifiers**Level 9:**(Grades 6-12) AIME score 1-5**Level 10:**(Grades 6-12) AIME score 6-8**Level 11:**(Grades 6-12) AIME score 9-11**Level 12:**(Grades 7-12) USA(J)MO Qualifiers

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20 classes

2 hours | 1 day/week

Saturdays 2-4pm (PST)

Saturdays 2-4pm (PST)

Our goal is to develop strong foundation for precalculus. The curriculum covers Algebra II topics as well as algebraic topics from Precalculus Honors.

- Prerequisitesi) For Random Math Studentsii) For Non Random Math Students - Assessment Test
- FeesEarly Bird (before 06/01/21): $1500Regular Price: $1600
- PolicyPlease ensure to review "Class Policies" in the registration form.

Course Topics

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**Quadratics:**Quadratic equations and the quadratic formula, completing the squares, word problems**Inequalities:**Quadratics and cubic inequalities, rationals, radicals, absolute value**Functions:**Domain and range, inverses, composite, odd and even, increasing and decreasing, graphing**Polynomials:**Polynomial division, remainder theorem, factor theorem, rational root theorem, zeros of polynomials, rational functions, graphing polynomials and rational functions, Manipulating graphs using shifts, stretches, symmetry & reflections**Exponents & Logarithm:**Exponential and logarithmic functions and their properties, solving exponential and logarithmic equations, applications of exponential and logarithmic functions**Sequences:**Arithmetic, geometric , harmonic Sequences, and arithmetic-geometric sequences**Complex Number:**Operations, trigonometric and polar form, absolute value, powers and roots of complex numbers**Conics:**Parabolas, ellipses, hyperbolas, circles, conic sections**Matrices & Determinants:**Linear systems of equations in three variables, application of linear systems, solving nonlinear systems, operations with matrices, Gauss-Jordan method, evaluating determinants, using inverses of matrices to solve linear systems, systems of inequalities, linear programming

20 classes

2 hours | 1 day/week

Saturdays 3-5pm (PST)

Saturdays 3-5pm (PST)

Our goal is to prepare our students for rigorous Calculus classes. The curriculum covers topics from Trigonometry, Vectors, Analytical Geometry, and more.

- Prerequisitesi) For Random Math Studentsii) For Non Random Math Students - Assessment Test
- FeesEarly Bird (before 06/01/21): $1500Regular Price: $1600
- PolicyPlease ensure to review "Class Policies" in the registration form.

Course Topics

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**Trigonometric Functions:**Angles and radian measure, right angle trigonometry, the trigonometric functions, graphing sine and cosine functions, inverse trigonometric functions**Trigonometric Identities:**Basic trigonometric identities, simplifying trigonometric expressions, proving trigonometric identities, solving trigonometric equations, the sum and difference identities, double-angle identities, other advanced identities**Applications of Trigonometry:**Law of sines, the law of cosines, heron's formula, height and distance**Parametrization:**Parametric equations, polar coordinates, cylindrical and spherical coordinates**Complex Numbers:**Polar and exponential form, roots of unity, geometry of complex numbers**Vectors:**Vector basics, components of vectors and unit vectors, vectors in 2D and 3D geometry, dot and cross products, lines and linear dependence**Matrices and Determinants:**Operations with matrices, the Gauss-Jordan method, evaluating and applying determinants, using inverses of matrices to solve linear systems**Analytical Geometry:**Parabolas, ellipses, hyperbolas, identifying conic sections, polar equations of conics, 3D geometry**Limits and Continuity:**Concept of a limit and finding limits graphically, the limit laws, evaluating limits, continuity

20 classes

2 hours | 1 day/week

Sundays 2-4pm (PST)

Sundays 2-4pm (PST)

Our goal is to prepare our students for rigorous Calculus classes. The curriculum covers topics from limits and continuity, to differentiation and integration.

- Prerequisitesi) For Random Math Studentsii) For Non Random Math Students - Assessment Test
- FeesEarly Bird (before 06/01/21): $1500Regular Price: $1600
- PolicyPlease ensure to review "Class Policies" in the registration form.

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**Precalculus review:**Functions, inverse functions, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric functions**Limits and Continuity:**Concept of limit, finding limits graphically, the limit laws, evaluating limits, the squeeze theorem, continuity and discontinuity, infinite limits and indeterminate forms**Derivatives:**Understanding the derivative, special derivatives, power rule, product and quotient rules, chain rule, derivatives of trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions, inverse trigonometric functions, implicit differentiation**Applications of Differentiation:**Position and velocity, linear approximation, optimization, related rates, tangents and normal, increasing and decreasing functions, concave and convex functions, asymptotes, indeterminate quotients and L'hospital's rule**Integration:**Antiderivatives, integration by substitution, fundamental theorem of calculus, integration by parts, numerical integration**Application of Integration:**Motion, area between two curves, average value of a function, finding volumes using cross-sections**Diff. Equations:**Separable Differential Equations, Direction Fields

20 classes

2 hours | 1 day/week

Sundays 3-5pm (PST)

Sundays 3-5pm (PST)

Our goal is to enable our students succeed in rigorous Calculus & Physics classes such as F=ma & USAPHO. The curriculum covers topics from AP Calculus BC.

- Prerequisitesi) For Random Math Studentsii) For Non Random Math Students - Assessment Test
- FeesEarly Bird (before 06/01/21): $1500Regular Price: $1600
- PolicyPlease ensure to review "Class Policies" in the registration form.

Course Topics

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**Precalculus review:**Functions, inverse functions, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric functions**Limits and Continuity:**Concept of limit, finding limits graphically, the limit laws, evaluating limits, the squeeze theorem, continuity and discontinuity, infinite limits and indeterminate forms**Derivatives:**Understanding the derivative, special derivatives, power rule, product and quotient rules, chain rule, derivatives of trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions, inverse trigonometric functions, implicit differentiation**Applications of Differentiation:**Position and velocity, linear approximation and Newton's method, optimization, related rates, tangents and normal, increasing and decreasing functions, concave and convex functions, asymptotes, indeterminate quotients and L'hospital's rule**Integration:**Antiderivatives, integration by substitution, fundamental theorem of calculus, integration by parts, numerical integration, trigonometric substitution**Application of Integration:**Motion, area between two curves, average value of a function, finding volumes using cross-sections, disks and washers, shells, work, center of mass, moment of inertia, arc length**Diff. Equations:**Separable Differential Equations, Direction Fields, Growth and Decay, Euler's Method**Sequences and series:**Sequences, Infinite Series, Integral Test, p-Series, Convergence and Divergence, Polynomial approximation, Taylor and Maclaurin Series, Power Series

2 hours | 1 day/week

Our goal is to equip our students with a foundational understanding of various trigonometric topics. We will then build on this foundation with more advanced trigonometric topics.

- Prerequisitesi) For Random Math Studentsii) For Non Random Math Students - Assessment Test
- FeesEarly Bird (before 06/01/21): $1500Regular Price: $1600
- PolicyPlease ensure to review "Class Policies" in the registration form.

Course Topics

- Trigonometric Functions
- Trigonometric Identities
- Law of Sines
- Law of Cosines
- Half angles & double angles
**DETAILED BREAKDOWN COURSE COMING SOON.**

Our online classes work using a combination of services like Canvas and Zoom.

Check out how each component of our classes works below.

Check out how each component of our classes works below.

Class Instruction

We use Zoom for our online instruction where every student is **synchronously online **in front of their cameras.

Requirements:

Device with webcam access

Reliable internet connection

Reliable internet connection

Class Interaction

Zoom's built-in system allows students to raise hands and participate while our coaches simulate a classroom setting with a digital whiteboard.

Our students are always encouraged to ask questions and share their thoughts.

Homework

The goal of Random Math homework assignments is to provide students with ample opportunities to practice and solidify their skills and understanding.

Homework is assigned each class session.

Quizzes and Tests

We administer quizzes and tests through Canvas, allowing our coaches and instructors to effectively and efficiently analyze both individual and class performance.

Our coaches use this information to tailor their teaching methods.

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New location in Houston, TX coming soon!

Prepare to Compete in National Level Contests and More

Build a Strong Foundation in Mathematics for future endeavors in STEM

Jump Quickly to the Programs

An assessment is required to attend any of the following programs.

The Competitive Math Program runs for the entirety of the academic year and prepares students for National Level Contests. Programs are **available online and at Random Math locations.**

Prepare to Excel in contests like AMC 8, AMC10/12, HMMT, MOEMS, etc.

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Our Competitive Math Program is available at 12 Levels and students are placed in levels based on their skills and specific goals.

Students are evaluated based on assessment results and promoted through levels as they progress.

Students are evaluated based on assessment results and promoted through levels as they progress.

Prepare to Excel in National Level Contests like AMC 8-12, HMMT, MOEMS, etc.

Academic Calendar

Online

In Person

Classes are currently held **online** and at the **Cupertino** Random Math center.

Prepare to Excel in National Level Contests like AMC 8-12, HMMT, MOEMS, etc.

Academic Calendar

Online

In Person

During the academic year, Random Math holds programs to help students develop strong advanced math skills and cruise through school curricula. Programs are **available online and at all Random Math locations**

Topics and Fundamentals

Cultivate a diverse mathematical skill set through personalized practice & discussion

Academic Calendar

Online

In Person

Cultivate a diverse mathematical skill set through personalized practice & discussion

Academic Calendar

Online

In Person

The classes are currently held **Online**

Saturday, Sunday

Cultivate a diverse mathematical skill set through personalized practice & discussion

Academic Calendar

Online

In Person

Hone problem solving skills, develop analytic thinking and logic, cultivate a passion for mathematics, and most importantly, have fun.

Explore Math in ways beyond school curricula and develop competition fundamentals

Placements Based on Skill and not just based on grade

Our summer camps run from June 7th to August 6th. Each topical camp has 7 distinct levels. Placements is based on student skill level, not grade level.

Camp Lambda

June 7 - June 11

1 week

1 week

camp theta

June 12 - July 02

3 weeks

3 weeks

camp omega

July 12 - July 23

2 weeks

2 weeks

camp Epsilon

July 26 - August 06

2 weeks

2 weeks

Random Math Accelerator Programs provide an additional boost to students preparing for contests like Math League, MathCounts, AMC 8, AMC 10 and AIME.

Random Math Accelerator programs emphasize hands-on practice, followed by key questions and concepts.

Academic Calendar + Summer

Online

In Person

CONTEST PREPARATION

GENERAL PRACTICE

The General Practice accelerator program is complementary to Random Math courses.

Program fees are detailed below. Discounts will be applied after payment. Financial aid may be available upon request

Programs are named by their level and program number.

Example: The M-1 program stands for Middle School - 1st Program

Example: The M-1 program stands for Middle School - 1st Program

- Registration: $100
- Classes Only: $1195

Accelerator Session Only: $595

Class + Practice Session: $1660

- If your child is unsatisfied with this particular program, he or she is allowed to leave, and a refund will be made.
- Please contact us for any questions.

- Students who registered for the Random Math 2021 Summer Camp may be eligible for a 5% discount for each full week of summer camp attended.
- Students who have registered for 8 weeks of Random Math program may be eligible for an additional 10% discount.
- These discounts are available until the end of December 2021.

It’s our goal to not let any talented kids not reach their potential due to lack of funds. Learn more about our *need based* financial aid program.

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Our goal is to raise enough to support 50 talented kids in need this year.

Apply after the assessment when signing up for programs

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We'll inform you of you eligibility and how much.

Reach out to us at *financialaid@randommath.com*

Need based financial aid for our exceptional students

CRITERIA

If your household income is **<$125K,** you are eligible for financial aid.

If it is**<$50K**, you are eligible for a **full** **scholarship**.

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POLICY

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Please contact us at information@randommath.com for current information about out policy.

Yes, students may attend more than one program concurrently. However, when registering, be sure to check that the program schedules do not overlap or conflict.

The classes are currently held online and at the Cupertino Random Math center.

The classes are held on weekends and weekdays. Each class is 2 hours long. Students enrolled in competitive track will ned to attend an additional weekly 2 hours practice session

A qualitative assessment helps us understand student’s goals from the program, her/his motivation level, and current proficiency in problem solving and mathematics.

This also helps us identify a suitable class placement for the student and to provide recommendations for future growth and development of the prospective student.

At the moment, we do not hold accelerator sessions for the specialized math classes.